Wed 21 February // 20:00 (SOLD OUT)
Tickets: £5 / £4
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Join us once again to celebrate Women in Horror month 2018 with a series of terrifying short films curated and presented by Melanie Light, director of The Herd.
Nothing a Little Soap and Water Can't Fix (Jennifer Proctor - USA)
A found footage film exploring the representation of women in bathtubs across cinema.
Blood Sisters (Caitlin Koller and Lachlan Smith)
Amateur witchcraft conjures up bloody consequences.
Voyeur (Charlotte Lam & Claire Stradwick - Canada)
The private spaces of women are unnervingly encroached upon by an masculine other in this confrontational work which shifts cinemas scopophilic gaze back on the audience.
Cerulia (Sofia Carrillo - Mexico)
Cerulia returns to her childhood home to find it is haunted by her memories
2043 (Eugenie Muggleton - Australia)
Thirty years after a plague has ravaged by the earth, Jack, disillusioned by the dystopian society he lives in, struggles with his own desires and the ultimate truce made by society - to never touch again.
El Gigante (Gigi Saul Guerrero - Canada)
After attempting to cross the US/Mexico border in search of a better life, Armando awakens in an unknown room, his body broken down and a Lucha Libre mask sewn into his neck.
Creswick (Natalie Erika James)
Sam's fear of her childhood home is brought to light when her ageing father claims there is another presence in the house.
Proceeds will go to support Womankind, Bristol Women's Therapy Centre.